Dutch post-rockers in Norwich
COLIN WILSON Dutch post-rockers We vs Death make a welcome return to Norwich Arts Centre tonight, Friday April 7, when they headline Wombatwombat's bill of bands that are celebrated for creating big, building soundscapes.
Dutch post-rockers We vs Death make a welcome return to Norwich Arts Centre tonight, Friday April 7, when they headline Wombatwombat's bill of bands that are celebrated for creating big, building soundscapes.
Utrecht's finest guitars/ bass/ drums/ trumpet/ concertina combo will be previewing tunes from their soon-to-be released album, We Too Are Concerned/ We Too Are Concerned.
Joining We vs Death in the main auditorium are Norwich-based trio .Sub who are playing their first gig for eight months, showcasing some new material ahead of the release of their debut EP, which is planned for the summer.
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Gig openers The Shadow Project wowed audiences at Wombatwombat's Waterloo Park walkabout 4 last July thanks to their heady mixture of guitar and sample-driven ambient/ experimental/electronica.
As ever, there's even more great music in the bar thanks to Howlback Hum's line-up of local talent, which tonight is dubbed “a dusky pop night” and stars Fiel Garvie, eLsuB, Hoofus, Ashley Smith, Alto 45, The Sally Army and Rory McVicar.
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Doors open 7.30pm. Tickets at £5 in advance from NAC box office, 01603 660352. Tickets are £6 on the door.